Leveling the Playing Field: We’re all Differently Abled

Originally published March 25th, 2009 at Accessites.org; recovered from the Internet Archive. Accessibility and web accessibility are often highlighted as issues for people with disabilities. This is no surprise, all things considered, given the common definition of accessibility. “Disability” is, however, an almost meaninglessly broad term. Many of those who could be considered disabled would not choose to self-identify as disabled. “Disability” is a label, and like any label, the members of the labeled group are diverse and may exhibit … Continue reading Leveling the Playing Field: We’re all Differently Abled